mikes919 wrote:Yes I have definitely zeroed in on my grip as being the biggest problem in my throw. Played 18 today and made sure to really focus on keeping my grip strong through the throw. Back to hearing that nice "snap" as my fingers pop closed after the disc comes out, which is definitely a good sign. Was throwing my fairway drivers 350 on a nice easy low line, but struggling with the distance drivers again. Maybe I'm tightening up too much when I go for distance. Its ridiculous to me that I can easily throw a teebird 350 through a gap, or muscle a firebird to 350, but I'm struggling to break 400 with a max distance driver in an open field. Right now the only thing that is working is hyzer flipping my most understable flash for D. Not getting the snap like I used to.
keltik wrote:I actually got to see the video and yeah you are weight back and nose up. but you're still getting good distance (going by stated distance). you are doing a lot of things right. how is your control? are the discs landing where you intend or are they off line?
like dave said don't worry about your pull line height. that differs from person to person. as long as the disc is doing what you want it to do it doesn't matter if you pull from your neck or your knees.
archimedesjs wrote:Is it just me, or did it look like he was throwing nose up annies? 410'? Would love to see the flight path of the disc in your next vid.
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